Funnily enough, individual ministers do not wholly decide government/party policy. Even based on hearsay and articles from 20 years ago.
crownhillpilgrim wrote: Funnily enough, individual ministers do not wholly decide government/party policy. Even based on hearsay and articles from 20 years ago.
crownhillpilgrim wrote: Dark days my arse. I've been out and about since Friday, in at work today - lots of people from different cultures and backgrounds all working together. I've barely heard anyone talk about the election. Lots of newspapers and keyboard worriers trying to scare people.
Cobi Budge. wrote: https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=OfXv6Lx06MA
Make sure you take some time to watch the above.
I think it's fair to say that Plymouth moor view chose the correct man, I know traditional Labour voters who put a cross next to Mercer's name. Regardless of your political affiliation, I think you'll agree he is/will make a great MP.
Paven wrote: The benefit Mercer has locally is that he's barely even a Tory. Watched him in many hustings pre-election and he seemed to disagree with most Conservative policy and stance. He wouldn't have one as an independent so I guess this is the closest thing.
That's the plus I take anyway, a Tory who's barely a Tory.
Quinny wrote: So the SNP have said they'd vote against relaxing the Hunting Act (good!), and now Downing Street have postponed the free vote.
Wonder what's more fragile right now? The Tories lead in the House, or the Union?
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